Corrugated sheets (small rib)
The small ribs on corrugated sheets provide several advantages, including:
– Cost-effectiveness: Corrugated sheets with small ribs are often less expensive than other roofing or cladding materials, making them an attractive option for budget-conscious projects.
– Easy installation: The smaller ribs on the sheets make them easier to install than corrugated sheets with larger ribs, as they require fewer fasteners and can be installed more quickly.
– Good water resistance: While the smaller grooves on the sheets don’t provide the same level of water resistance as corrugated sheets with larger ribs, they are still effective at channelling water away from the surface of the sheet.
– Aesthetics: Corrugated sheets with small ribs have a more subtle appearance than those with large ribs, making them a popular choice for residential applications where a more subdued look is desired.
Corrugated sheets with small ribs are commonly used in a variety of applications, including agricultural buildings, sheds, garages, and residential homes. They are particularly popular in regions with moderate to low rainfall, as their water resistance may not be sufficient for areas with heavy precipitation.